Snapping biceps Femoris Tendon Treated with an Anatomic Repair

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KSSTA 2009

Three patients were seen for pain and snapping over the lateral aspect of their symptomatic knee during deep knee flexion. On physical examination, each patient had subluxation of the long head of the biceps over the lateral aspect of the fibular head. Each patient underwent an anatomic repair of the torn anterior arms of the short and long biceps femoris to their anatomic insertion sites with suture anchors. All patients had normal return of function without pain or further subluxation events.

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